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March 2, 2018

Parties of Note Continues to Wow Guests in 2018

More than 60 guests arrived to the beautifully remodeled Taliverde home of Mac and Russ Perlich within the Arizona Biltmore Estates on February 22, for The Phoenix Symphony’s first Parties of Note in 2018.

The Perlich’s home is located just below the famed Wrigley Manson and nestled among mature tree-lined streets in one of Phoenix’s most sought after neighborhoods. Their recent remodel combines a contemporary design with energy efficiency, sustainable materials and natural lighting throughout the home.

Guests mingled as they enjoyed cocktails and a family-style dinner prepared by Alexi’s Grill. Attendees enjoyed a mix of Broadway and movie classics performed by Phoenix Symphony musicians Dian D’Avanzo, violin; Karen Sinclair, violin; Mathieu Paige-Bouchard, viola and Mike D’Avanzo, cello.

Now in its seventh season, Parties of Note is a one-of-a-kind program offering a unique opportunity to spend an evening in an intimate setting with Symphony musicians and friends, while enjoying a gourmet meal in some of the Valley's finest homes.

Upcoming Parties of Note include:

Warehouse Wonder
Thursday, March 8, 2018 | 6pm
Host: Phoenix Symphony Young Professionals and Tuft and Needle

A Frank Lloyd Wright Experience
Wednesday, March 21, 2018 | 6pm
Host: David Dodge

Architectural Artistry
Wednesday, March 28, 2018 | 6pm
Host: Marci and J. Fife Symington IV

Overlooking the 11th Green
Thursday, April 19, 2018 | 6pm
Host: Ann and Peter Winstanley

Central City Oasis
Wednesday, April 25, 2018 | 6pm
Hosts: Ginger and Don Brandt / Sharon and Dr. Oliver Harper

Casa del Francisco
Thursday, May 3, 2018 | 6pm
Host: Drs. Linda and Dan Francisco

Home on the Range
Sunday, June 3 | 4pm
Host: Senator Steve and Joan Pierce

For more information on The Phoenix Symphony’s Parties of Note events, visit

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About The Phoenix Symphony

Celebrating its 70th Anniversary Season, The Phoenix Symphony has been proudly serving the citizens of the Phoenix metropolitan area and Arizona since 1947. The Phoenix Symphony presents an annual season from September through the beginning of June, featuring full-length classical and pops concerts at Symphony Hall in downtown Phoenix, as well as concerts in Scottsdale, Mesa, Prescott and throughout central Arizona. The Symphony performs for more than 125,000 students and children, helping to introduce music to new generations through a variety of education and youth-engagement programs. For more information, visit